There are various different types and we can help you choose the right paper for the right job.
Below is a chart showing the difference between text weight papers and cover weight papers.
|Bond||Uncoated “plain” paper – free from impurities.Also referred to as “free sheet.”|
|Recycled||Paper manufactured from the waste paper stream.All Micro Format recycled products contain a minimum of
100% recycled material including 40% post consumer waste
|Post Consumer Waste||Processed Paper that has been re-used in manufacturing new paper products|
|Carbonless||Paper coated with special encapsulated chemicals that producea duplicate copy without the use of carbon paper|
|Thermal||A paper coated with special chemicals that producean image when heat is applied|
|Symbol “#”||“pound” – used to describe paper weight|
|Symbol “M”||Meter – 1 meter=39.37 inches|
|Symbol “cb”||Coated Back – Carbonless Paper (part 1)|
|Symbol “cfb”||Coated Front and Back – Carbonless Paperinternal part in a multipul part form|
|Symbol “cf”||Coated Front – Carbonless Paper (last part in set)|